Whether you are in between larger purchases or just wanting something to do to your Mustang right now, we have put together a list of mods you can do to your Mustang for free. PLEASE NOTE: Some of these free mods can require more than just your basic tools so we recommend reading through before starting your removal or installation.
Often times, Sn95 owners get bothered by their pesky windshield wipers blocking some of the views at the bottom of their windshield. We have provided some quick and easy steps to help get your wipers into a new position. Please keep in mind that this will affect the “sweep area” of the wipers, but moving them down a notch will not be detrimental. When finishing up this mod, turn on your wipers with washer fluid squirted onto your windshield to ensure the sweep area is still up to your standard.
The factory spoilers on the 99-00 Mustangs always seemed a little out of place. Moving your spoiler back a little can give a whole new look to your New Edge! All that you will need for this is a socket to remove and replace the spoiler as well as a drill and the desired bits.
Many enthusiasts are constantly looking for ways to reduce weight on their Mustang for better performance so we have listed a few weight reduction articles to get you started:Fox Body Weight Reduction
Many New Edge owners don’t know that Ford decided to include a feature where you can not only test your instrument cluster, speedo sensors, and oil pressure but also get a real-time digital readout of your speed, tach and much more! Follow this article on mustangworld.com for a full breakdown on every step!
The engine cover found on the Coyote 5.0 engines was a great addition by Ford, but some like the look of the intake manifold even more. Also, when adding mods to your engine, you may to need to know how to remove this cover. This is a quick and easy mod that can add a great new look to your engine bay.
Cleaning your throttle body is a great way to keep up with your Mustang’s maintenance and if it’s extremely dirty, you may feel a little increase in power that was previously robbed. We highly recommend cleaning your throttle body with a high-quality brake clean. If you need assistance in how to remove your Mustang’s throttle body, check out our LMR YouTube Channel
Removing the air silencer on a Fox Body Mustang is an age-old “mod” that many Fox owners do to try to get a little free power. While we have personally not dynoed a car before and after, there have been many people who claim to feel a difference. There are (3) nuts that hold the silencer to the fender. Remove those nuts and the silencer will fall into the fender well. Then it can be removed through the opening that is between the inner fender and fender.
Much like the Fox Body owners, SN95 owners have also claimed to feel a difference when removing their air silencer. This is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment and is a rubber molded piece that extends off the plastic air filter housing. Here are the steps!
With the introduction of the Coyote motor, many things changed when comparing it to it’s 4.6 younger brother. One thing that ended up crossing over was Ford’s use of a sound tube on the intake tube. Just as you would expect, Coyote owners choose to delete this as it tidies up the engine bay. Some have chosen to leave it completely off but we would suggest capping it off with a sound tube delete kit
These steps are explained in our 2011-14 GT Intake Manifold Removal
Over the years, Fox Body’s can develop timing issues and we recommend checking and advancing the timing if needed. This could help you get back lost horsepower! Make sure you have a timing light and a specialty distributor wrench or ¼” ratchet, long extension, swivel joint, and a ½” socket. You will start by performing the following:
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